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. now at 4:00, rain is back for the morning commute. what time downpours pass through your town and why it will take a week to shake the pattern. hillary has experience but bad experience. >> as soon as he travis to 112 countries and negotiates a peace deal, a cease-fire, he can talk to me about stamina. >> the first presidential is in the books and the fists were flying. we are breaking down the memorable moments and who voters think won the first round. a fishing trip gone wrong. the new england man stranded at sea for more than a week will return to boston today. the questions surrounding exactly what happened out on the water as the coast guard calls off the search for his missing mother. >> announcer: complete new england news coverage starts right now.
this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: good morning, 4 a.m. on this tuesday, september 27, i am daniel miller. >> julie: good morning, i am julie grauert. get ready for a wet commute. the storm tracker weather center timing out the ofyest of the rain. >> shiri: the rain moving into western new england. western massachusetts all the way to orange and keene. still dry worcester. and initially it will be pretty light here. boston a couple hours of that rain. in worcester 6 a.m. we are in the thick of it. we are going to have showers, potentially heavy rain as well. 8 a.m., 60 degrees. still raining and showers start to wind down but by 10:00 this morning, it will be dry again and in worcester, breaks in the clouds this afternoon and look at these showers continuing all the way until about 10:00 this morning in boston and for the cape, tends up being at times a rainy day ahead. the worst of it will fall during the morning showers and will get pretty breezy and cooler for the cape.
those will be our highs today after morning rain. we do see partly cloudy skies here in the afternoon and hour-by-hour look at the futurecast is coming up shortly. julie grauert is back with live drive-time traffic. >> julie: shiri, overnight work in the ted williams tunnel. westbound full closure until 5 a.m. detour sumner tunnel. things look good route 1, 93 south. south of the pike, expressway moving along fine. 13 20 minutes on 93 south. 22 minutes from southbound route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. following breaking news in jamaica plain this hour where a man was shot and killed near an apartment complex. police say he was taken to the hospital with serious injuries and doctors could not save him. right now investigators are searching around the scene and looking for surveillance video. they say if anyone hurt or saw anything, you are asked to
i have been all over the place. you decided to stay home. and that's okay. >> i think donald just criticized me for preparing for this debate. and yes, i did. and you know what else i prepared for. i prepared to be president. >> it was a presidential debate like none other. the first woman presidential nominee of a major political party and a political novice with an unconventional run to the white house. showed how sharply hillary clinton and donald disagree on the economy and minority communities. they took jabs at taxes and e-mails too. we report from new york. >> reporter: the nominee for president made their case for voters in the first debate of the general election. didn't take long for attacks to fall. >> i have by the evening i would be blamed for everything that ever happened. >> why not. >> yeah, why why not.
issue this has dodged clinton's campaign for even longer. >> i will release my tax returns against my lawyer's wishes when she releases her 3 33,000 e-mail that have been deleted. >> i think you have seen another example of bait and switch. >> reporter: and bragged about not once paying taxes. >> he didn't pay any federal income tax. >> that makes me smart. >> reporter: called out trump on his positions on military interresidential. >> donald supported e >> wrong. >> that has absolutely been proved over and over again. >> wrong. >> heed a vote cade for the actions taken in libya and urged that gadhafi be taken out after doing business with him one time. >> reporter: both candidates butted heads over race relations and law enforcement. >> everyone should be respected by the law and everyone should respect the law. right now that's not the case in a lot of our neighborhoods.
frisk which worked very well. but you take the gun away from criminals that shouldn't be having it. >> reporter: in hempstead, new york. i am steve yennis reporting. >> after the debate donald trump and his family were seen leaving the stage when clinton shook hands with the crowd. trump was surrounded by his family as he left hofstra university. he felt great about his performance at the debate. clinton made an appearance at a a brand-new poll said that hillary clinton had a stronger performance than donald trump. the poll show 62% of people believed clinton outperformed her republican rival. this debate is expected to be the most watched in history. they expected 100 million viewers would tune in. we expect to get the final ratings later today. today the candidates are back on the campaign trail. both are headed to battleground states. donald trump will be in
will be in a rally at raleigh, north carolina. tomorrow, clinton campaigns with bernie sanders at unh and trump will be at a rally in bedford. the last few weeks have critical for the race for the white house. the vice presidential debate between mike pence and tim kaine. and then donald trump and hillary clinton. a town hall style with the final debate in los angeles on august 19, the format to that debate will be similar to last night. stick with fox25. we will have more on the debate throughout the morning newscast and on our web site, fox25boston.com and always on the fox25 mobile app. it is 4:04 right now. a boater found in a life raft 100 miles south of martha's vineyard. and investigators have many questions for him.
his mom went fishing off of block island on september 17 and didn't return. the coast guard spent days looking for them and their metal boat you see here but suspend the search on friday; however, a freighter spotted nathan on sunday. his mom is presumed dead. as of now carmen has only said their boat sank in an area far away from where they plan to fish. >> coast guard officials. he said the ship was water. looked for life raft. looked for his mom to get into the life raft and that was it. >> reporter: coast guard wants to speak to carmen. they want to know why he did not have time to radio for help and time to load his life raft with food and water for several days. a suspect charged with shooting a teenager signed of a local pharmacy will head to court. marcus pierre louis was involved.
charged with attempted murder. the shooting was breaking news. an 18-year-old man was hit in the shoulder during an argument near the front register. two other teens are facing charges in this case. a string of purse robberies. three women had their purses stolen in the last week and a half. a man drove up next to the victim, jumped out of his car and demanded their bags. the first theft happened on barrington street. the victim tells us she had trouble sleeping since the crime help me, help me. i was scared we kill me. i feel scared every night. >> police are looking for the saint suspect in all three robberies. a white man driving a gray, tan and light blue suv. 4:08. a federal investigation found the prestigious boston latin school violated the civil rights acts.
handle racial discrimination complaints. >> reporter: it is consistently named one of the best public high schools in the country. u.s. world and news report gave boston latin a gold medal for academic performance. latin's reputation tarnished after a daming report from the u.s. attorney's office >> the u.s. department of justice found that latin violated title 4 of the civil rights act of 194. >> reporter: that law prohibits racial discrimination of students in public schools. the violation specific to which a male student addressed a female black student using profanity and a racial slur and threatened to lynch her with an electrical cord. the report said that boston latin administrators mishandled their review of those allegations. >> things happen. young people make mistakes, but critical for adults to step up and correct those mistakes. >> reporter: the report also cited boston latin's ineffective attempt to create an exclusive atmosphere.
report. that is the next step and institute changes in the school. >> reporter: the changes u.s. attorney's office want to see at boston latin. the annual survey of, a restorative justice system, a point person to monitor complaints of disclaim nation and annual training for students and staff. and civil rights group say not just boston latin. to that end mayor walsh wants to extend the u.s. attorney's recommendation for >> no child should be forced to go to school and worry about being bullied and have racist attacks on them. >> reporter: in downtown boston, morell i >> the school's former headmaster disagrees with the civil rights report. they want to investigate admissions at boston latin. a high-ranking braintree police officer is off the job following a scandal at the evidence room. the deputy chief wayne foster has been placed on leave.
audit into missing evidence. nearly 5,000 pieces of drug evidence, 60 guns and $400,000 in cash was misplaced. prosecutors have dropped more than 40 criminal cases and hundreds more are in jeopardy. last week, chief of police russell jenkins announced his inteenage to retire. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes and want to remind you of an overnight closure in the ted williams tunnel westbound maintenance work is being done and use the sumner tunnel instead. shiri. >> shiri: the heaviest rain is slated to arrive in lowell at 5 a.m. and brockton at 5:45. the first burst of heavier rain. i want to you dress for 60s and showers through the morning commute. what time the showers fade and the sun comes up.
a fire at a former middle school was untension alley set. one fire fighter was hurt and investigators are now searching for a suspect. that fire caused a nearby school to cancel classes yesterday. 4:14. norwood police had a case of deja vu on a recent shift. they arrested him for burglary and hours later after he was arrested, they were arrested again. malini basu tells pursuit. >> reporter: he is one relentless burglar. over the weekend fox25 is told that they arrested him in the same shift of breaking into homes. >> i looked out the window and saw all this action. and it was just something you don't expect to see. >> reporter: george is a victim. he was sound asleep when someone tried to break into his house. it happened on spruce street. >> they used a wrench or something and broke the brand-new lock i had put on there and damaged part of the
gate -- back screen there with a back door and tried to slice through with a knife. >> it didn't end there. an attempted burglary on two more houses on spruce street. a family with three young children were sound asleep when a 33-year-old tried to break in. >> he needs help. i wish him the best. he needs to get help to get his life squared away. >> reporter: police arrested demarzo. he told officers he was sleepwalking officers weren't buying that and told us he was under the influence of drugs. hours later he was released and back at that time again on sycamore street. >> i heard he was in there about 6 a.m. and the gentleman's daughter woke up and he came down and chased the kid out and he jumped out the window. >> reporter: neighbors say that the little girl came face to face with the attempted burglar. >> he tried to break into the basement window. >> the poor kid.
>> reporter: malini basu. >> police say that demarzo lives down the frod his targets. wither looking at the training that officers receive dealing with one with a mental illness. weymouth police over the weekend shot a woman holding a knife. she has a long history of mental illness. an example of one of the dozen mental health calls police get every week. they are more likely to fire at someone who is mentally ill and why everyol in massachusetts must go through 12 hours of training of communicating with anyone with a mental health disorder. >> folks that have mood swings and incoherent and don't understand. we are trying communicate with them. >> reporter: every officer in massachusetts must receive an additional four hours of health training each year. we track weather and
on route 1 and 93 south. the icons are overnight construction work and one of note is westbound ted williams tunnel is closed until 5 a.m. 14 minutes from 128 to the tobin. 20 minutes on 93 south. 23 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joins us on this tuesday morning. you are tracking some breaks. it is going to be a wet morning commute. >> reporter: yeah, i mean we need the rain. we talked a little bit of a headache and nuisance for those driving no work. if you have the option of leaving right now. maybe that is your best bet because you are not facing the downpours. a quarter to half an inch of rain. the totals coming out of southeastern massachusetts where showers are going to be the last to really fade away. i have got drizzly conditions here tomorrow and for most of the upcoming week that soggy pattern finally breaks next week. on monday or tuesday. so we do have self-shots of
up being light. today is your best bet for getting some more significant rainfall. you can get western parts of central massachusetts as this front is starting to approach. turning wet as we speak. by 6 a.m., i expect those showers are in boston points north and west. looking pretty wet. the shower activity of southeastern massachusetts over 6 a.m. is going to be patchy but i can't promise you it is still not going to be dry out there. a couple of showers from the peaking around 8 a.m. not just talking light rain but potential for heavier rain out there. through 10:00 -- 9 or 10:00. showers are starting to break apart. let's plan on wet weather in southeastern massachusetts drawing to an end around noontime where the remaining showers are lingering across the cape and islands. look what is happening to the cloud cover as well. starting to thin out north and west of the city.
bet for brightly sunny skies. we will not totally do away with the clouds but mostly cloudy over the cape and island with the ongoing threat for a couple of passing showers to the straight and overnight hours. 6:00, most of us driving home to mostly cloudy and dry conditions. drivers to the cape all day it risk for a shower. right now hyannis is dry, but we have spotty showers at 8 a.m. steadier rain -- excuse me spotty showers at 6 a.m., heavier this potential lasts all the way until at least 2:00 this afternoon if not a little bit later. raining in sports like keene, new hampshire at 55 degrees. at least the rain will come to an end here first, so by 8 a.m., we are drying out again. you can see this afternoon temperatures shoot into the 70s, and we do have some of those breaks in the clouds. today's high temperatures ranging from the low to mid-70s. 72 in boston, ipswich and plymouth.
70 in worcester. i know you are getting a lot of rainy icons. we will brighten up throughout the afternoon as we dry out as well. drizzle potential overnight tonight through the day tomorrow and because of the clouds, because of the winds coming in from the northeast, it is really going to cap our warm-up and only able to squeeze out lower 60s for highs tomorrow, straight through the end of the week. i am going with drizzly times witness, thursday, friday and saturday with low to sunday we get a final batch of steadier rain before we start to see the improvements by monday of next week, back up to 70. back to you guys. this rain in the forecast welcomed news to many people across the state. coming up at 4:30, now the severe drought is drumming up business for some people and causing damage for others. a problem with newly relowsed footage of a police
charged with the death penalty. he started his victims based on their race and religion. his trial is start to set after thanksgiving. the start of the work. week as a real horror for people. an attorney open fired wounding nine people before being shot and killed by police. two people are in the hospital but everyone is expected to survive. the suspect is nathan desie issues concern his law firm. >> daniel: police found weapons in his car at the scene. it is being investigated by the fbi and police. a man accused of killing five people at a washington state mall is being held on $2 million bail. he was arraigned on five counts of premeditated first-degree murder charges. he confessed to shooting the victims at macy's over the weekend. they are still trying to
the teen's parents said he struggled with mental health issues. he is expected in court later this month. the body camera footage released by police of keith scott is missing key information. the officer is approaching the scene but the first 30 seconds has no audio. the body cameras have to be activated and the officer did not activate the camera until after shots were fired violating the policy. they shot scott after refused to put down a gun. neither video shows if he had a gun during the encounter. the obama administration is giving out grants to some looking to use body cameras. announced that 20 million will be given out to to buy 50,000 cameras over the next years. no massachusetts departments received those grants and as we have been reporting boston police is testing a pilot program with 100 officers wearing the cameras. a lot more coming your way this morning. the neighborhood is on alert
were attacked for their purses. coming up next, the search under way right now for the suspect and what he is using to pull off the crime. plus, we are following breaking news in boston where police are investigating a deadly shooting. we are live at the one in eight women will face breast cancer. early detection can mean the difference between life and death.
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now at 4:30, rain is back for the morning commute. what time downpours go through your a weak for the pattern. >> hillary has experience, but it is bad experience. >> s in he travis to 112 countries and negotiates a peace deal, a cease-fire, he can talk to me about stamina. >> the first presidential debate of the election season is in the books and it was a slugfest. we are breaking down the memorable moments and who voters think won the first round. a fishing trip gone wrong. a new england man stranded at sea for more than a week will return to boston today.
waters as the coast guard calls off a search for his missing mom. >> announcer: complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: good morning, everyone, it is september 27. it is 4:30 on a tuesday. i am julie grauert. >> daniel: thank you for joining us i am daniel miller. the cool, crisp weather is behind us. soaking showers are in store today. meteorologist shiri spear in the forecast storm tracker weather sent they are morning shiri. >> shiri: so the rain patchy light stuff approaching boston you can see from norwood up in arlington. we just -- some hints of green on the map right now that will be pretty light stuff up to burlington as well. the real steady stuff coming out of western mass and moving into central massachusetts now. worcester just getting into it and barre as well and temple and joffery, new hampshire. this is shifting eastward and